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Lutris Is Working On Snap And Flatpak Installers For Linux Gamers

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In 2019 there are very few Windows-exclusive titles you can't run on Linux. In part that's thanks to Lutris, an incredible solution for Linux gamers, allowing people to install and launch thousands of Windows games without having to worry about messing with a complicated Wine backend. Combined with breakthrough tools like Steam's Proton, it opens a massive compatibility doorway. However, for Linux beginners, installing and setting up Lutris itself can be more daunting than getting the games up and running. Thankfully, that's changing soon.

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